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|4||Eternal Rhythm, Part 2||(23:37)|
|8||Crystal Clear (Development)|
|10||Crystal Clear (Exposition)|
|11||Eternal Rhythm, Part 1||(17:45)|
|12||Baby's Breath (Unaccompanied)|
|MPS 15007||Don Cherry||Eternal Rhythm (LP, Album)||MPS Records||MPS 15007||France||1970|
|UPS-2131-P||Don Cherry||Eternal Rhythm (LP, Album, RE)||MPS Records||UPS-2131-P||Japan||1980|
|53161||Don Cherry||Eternal Rhythm (LP, Album, RE, Gat)||MPS Records, BASF||53161||US||Unknown|
|ULX-28-P||Don Cherry||Eternal Rhythm (LP, Album, RP)||MPS Records, BASF||ULX-28-P||Japan||1975|
|UCCM-9027||Don Cherry||Eternal Rhythm (CD, Album, Ltd, RE, RM, Pap)||MPS Records||UCCM-9027||Japan||2000|
- Bass – Arild Andersen
- Cornet, Gamelan [Gender, Saron], Flute [Bengali Flute In A, Bamboo Flute In C, Metal Flute In B Flat, Plastic Flute In C], Performer [Haitian Guard], Bells [Northern Bells], Voice, Composed By – Don Cherry
- Cover, Layout – Heinz Bähr
- Drums, Gamelan [Saron], Gong, Bells, Voice – Jacques Thollot
- Engineer [Recording] – Guenther Topel
- Guitar – Sonny Sharrock
- Photography By – Hans Harzheim, Josef Werkmeister
- Piano, Piano [Prepared] – Joachim Kühn
- Producer, Liner Notes – Joachim E. Berendt
- Recorded By [Recording Director] – Willi Fruth
- Tenor Saxophone, Oboe, Clarinet, Flute – Bernt Rosengren
- Translated By – Peter Kuhrt
- Trombone – Albert Mangelsdorff, Eje Thelin
- Vibraphone, Piano, Gamelan [Gender] – Karl Berger
Don Cherry's Eternal Rhythm Group was organised and recorded in collaboration with the Berlin Jazz Festival, Nov 11th and 12th 1968.
Gamelan instruments by courtesy of the Indonesian Embassy, Bonn-Bad Godesberg, Germany.
First catalog no. MPS 15 204 ST on the spine and labels, second catalog no. MPS 15204 STEREO in the gatefold inner.
There exist also stock copies that was sold with a BASF sticker on the front cover with the distribution number CRM 680 since 1971.
A2 is misspelled as "Shorty Sharrock" on the label.
Made in Germany.
- Matrix / Runout (Side A runout, stamped): 1 ℗ 1969 A9 ◇V D 25 679395 A MPS 15204 A
- Matrix / Runout (Side B runout, stamped): 1 ℗ 1969 A9 ◇V B 25 679395 B MPS 15204 B
- Rights Society: GEMA
- Pressed By – Deutsche Grammophon Gesellschaft Pressing Plant
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